f(n) = n - 100
g(n) = n - 200
f(n) = log(2n)
g(n) = log(3n)
n >= 0 in all cases
Find out if f(n) is an upperbound, lowerbound or both of g(n)
The Attempt at a Solution
in case of 1, f(n) has to be an upperbound of g(n) because when graphed together, f(n) has to be an upperbound of g(n).
For 2, solution does not exist at n = 0. Otherwise, f(n) is a lower bound of g(n). Does this mean that f(n) is a lower bound or both?